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Book Note: Janet Evanovich, Top Secret Twenty-One

I read this book about 27-Jul-2015. This is the first time I've read this book. The book is copyright 2014. This note was last modified Tuesday, 28-Jul-2015 21:28:30 PDT.

This is book 21 of the "Stephanie Plum" series.

This note does not contain major spoilers for the book.


Rangeman security is shut down by a polonium release—an assassination attempt. And apparently a dry-run for something even worse. The FBI is involved and not sharing information.

Ranger thinks the assassin is somebody he interacted with years back in Afghanistan, who has a grudge. He's also a professional torturer specializing in disembowlment.

The cast of characters remains wild and wacky and not very believable, and not long on people I really care about. Stephanie isn't hopeless, though. She's too nice to everybody, but that's an acceptable character flaw that leads to plot advancement.


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